Michael Bronfein

Michael is an entrepreneur and investor focused on innovation and competitive advantage in healthcare services, healthcare technologies, software, and distribution. A true visionary, Michael is known for assembling highly effective management teams that result in market-leading, high-growth organizations with clear brand propositions and strong financial returns.

He has founded, co-founded, invested in, and rapidly grown a number of leading healthcare service companies, including NeighborCare, Remedi SeniorCare, and Sterling Partners. Michael was awarded the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in 1994 for his development of the NeighborCare business model and brand. Prior to founding NeighborCare, he led commercial finance lending for Signet Bank.

Michael served as the inaugural chairman of the Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition, a Washington, DC-based advocacy organization representing long-term care pharmacy groups. He formerly served on the advisory board of the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University and the Harvard Medical School. He is also the past Chairman of the Board of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and a former director of Bioscript (NASDAQ: BIOS). He currently serves as a board member on the Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC).